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_THE BLAND STREET JEWELER. The Best Watches and Clocks. Unsur passed for Cut Class and Jewelry. STANDARD'-^==^ | In Every Detail! Walk-Over, W. L. Douglas, and Stetson ^ Shapes for Men are the S t3fc.JST in the Worlci They are the *recogulxed Standard of ahoe value the world over. They are: — Heat In Style Boat lu Fit. Bent lu Workmanship Best In Wearing Quality. Bold Kxrluslvely by S. AARON, The "Shoe Man.” BLUEFIELD, WESTVA. ALWAYS READ Leader Ads And then make your purchases accordingly. Money Money Money In any amount to loan on Watches. Dia monds.Jewelry. Musical Instruments.Type writers. Silverware, Guns, Pistols and all other valuables. Business Strictly Confi dential. BUM LOAN CO. HENRY RODGIN. Licensed Pawnbroker. 221 Princeton Ave Look for the Three Cold Balls. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. The Democrats of Mercer County Issue Call. TO UK HKLI» IN IMKKRIlKNT IMS* I HU TS ON Al’Ul’ST UTII. District, muss convention of 1 he democratic party arc hereby called to meet at Biuetield, in Beaver Pond district, at Princeton in East River district, at G add's Seliol House, in Jumping Branch distrist, at Athens.1 in Plymouth district, and at Goodwill in Rock district on; i lie l It It day of August, lfMHi, at 1 o’clock, p. in., for the purpose of electing delegates to a county convention to he held at Princeton on the 18th [day of August, IDOti, at 1 !o’cock, p. in., for tin* purpose! of nominating candidates for tin1 various county of fices to be tilled at the ensu ing fall election. In said county convention the seve ral dist riets arc entitled to I he following representa tion: Beaver Pond District, 42 i vut es. Jumping Branch District. 1 vo* es. Past River District, 11 v< >t es. Pl\ mouth District, ft votes Rock District, 27 votes. Iiv order of the commit tec.! J. M. McGRATII. Chairman. JOHN ROBERTS, See. Pro Tom. Hot -kefeller Ih ;i name ttinl bothers iho writers of newspaper houd 1 iii*»k on neonnt of Its length. Many papers <if Into hnvo used tin* expression ••John IV and there Is no posHlbll ity tlint any reader does not know who la meant. Only a Tew days ago the readers or copy for the sporting page referred almost dally to "John l,." In their enptlons, and everybody knew that John l.nwreim- Sullivan of Hsllr fame was Indhated Such Is fame._ _ I -=— FANCY PATENT == .-•= Improves the Grocer’s Trade And the Housekeeper’s Bread. Superior to the Best of Other Makes. . It Is PEREECT FLOUR That’s All. MORE SOLD In this Region thanliAII Fancy Patent Flours Combined. It is as pure as can be made. Ask for Ideal Flour and Have no other. Sold by all Grocers. Manufactured Solely by ^__ The - McCue & Wright Milling Co., 3LUEFIELD, W. VA. SOME SECRET SERVICE FIGURES I HItKK 111 Mild'1* \ \ I> |'il' I Y Six \ltliBHTN |\ _ \ \ I i\ I I «»|,\ I \ i; IV TUB I.KAI*. The annual report or chief Wilkie! of the secret i -rvice division of ihei treasury department shows that dur ing the lineal year ended June 30, 1906, ;ir>6 u tresis were made of these 27 wer, for counter .idling pu. i per money, 65 for altering 1'lilted Slates obligations, and 240 fur coun terfeiting coins. Other offenses range j from one to nine In nuniliei Of the whole number arrested 2 1 * were horn in the Till ted Stales, t s in Italy und nine In Russia. The remainder were distributed a lining 12 oilier nations I hiring the year the secret service captured altered and counterfeit notes representing u value of $|s, 70S, and 019. ."2 In coins Also 129 1-2 plates, eight dies, | 26 12 molds and n large quantity of other convicted. 16 are awaiting the ac nuinber of persons arrested njj weie convicted, 46 are nwaletlng the ac tion of the court, 9 1 ate awaiting the action of Hie grand Jury, 29 were ac quitted, 19 were Ignoredjiv the gland Jury, five were milled, and four were dlHchurged hy th United stat. ,om inlHHloner. TO STOP CRIME IN CHICAOO. I tuilsliment hy death Is remm mended hy the July grand Jmv at Chicago as the niuxlniiini pen ally Tor criminal attacks on 1 women. Change* in existing laws j prescribing punishment for assail unis of children also were recnm mended by the Inquisitors The n< tlon of the grand jury Is the result of the long continued prevalence In Thl - cago of such crimes. During the 12 months ending May *1 about 16S.000 ton* of coal anhed at Colon. All of this coal caine from the Tatted States, principally from ; Norfolk, Va , and was shipped in for rlgn bottoms (lying (he Norwegian (lug With the exception of tin* »»t« mi ors of the Panama railroad steamship line, plying between New York and Colon, not a single freight or pas Hunger steamer living the American Hag entered Colon during the year mi med, not wit list a ml lug the fuel Hint cargoes of all kinds are constantly arriving there for the Isthmian canal ant for tho local and transit trade !W. S. CROCKETT, F. 0., Embalmer and Undertaker, HI UFFIFLD, WEST VIIU.IMA, fhone 128 Day and Niqld. Garriages and Funeral Fquipages FURNISHED. KverytItirig re.i->ntial>le in I price. ( MticinI umleMakei lot N. A W. K”y Co. I lie most I eoinplefe stock in tin - part of K tin* State. Interest will lie li charged after thirty >1. > s. v* - — w ♦ • • • < ^—SUMMER_>• rcductT n sale - AT THE. Inter-States Furniture Emporium .“iSr" " ---- -• Great ■: . BARGAIN S ARE NOW BEING OFFERED IN FURNITURE AT THIS STORE. Everything will go at a COME and see the great display we are making and the inducements we are offering the public. Try a Leader Want Ad LOOK!^ LOOK! YVe, too, art* offering Home Great Bargains this Week About MNl Shirt*- 11> •( were $1 to g<> nt 200 Shirt a thnt we i e »uf bit and <•» < • »»t to go u t These are big values. All of our entire bin ‘*1 La*li» ^' Mi m«l t biblreii'n Oxfords to go at cost. W ill give a big red. n I mu oil all S n in u i r < i<«*<l \ I < \\ Ladies' Hats left at leu* t linn hall ninnufaeturer’ * pi i< e, I nf\ live percent off of nil Skirts. Tiny mu I < otto mil »• before buying ebewbere. \\ e will kivc you iiiouey. V i k\ 'I ki i,v Yot k« Banks & Rosenheim. 119-121 Princeton Avenue. 3f i»r Artiittir Jlnli Jli iutiim (Call nit 2l|c lUiirftrlik Oathf Crahrr.